April 2015

Published a story 13th Apr 2015 4:10 PM

A PROBE that senses the amount of moisture in soil has made Maurie Haines a winner at the Bundaberg Sugar Industry Awards.

Soil sensor is awarded

A PROBE that senses the amount of moisture in soil has made Maurie Haines a winner at the Bundaberg Sugar Industry Awards.

Published a story 3rd Apr 2015 3:12 PM

A SEVEN-YEAR campaign for a new boat ramp has culminated in the opening of a new facility at Fairymead.

New boat ramp ready to go at Fairymead

A SEVEN-YEAR campaign for a new boat ramp has culminated in the opening of a new facility at Fairymead.

Published a story 1st Apr 2015 12:54 PM

WALLAVILLE cane grower John Bailey will be at Gallipoli on Anzac Day 100 years after his father landed there.

A son will honour his father at Gallipoli

WALLAVILLE cane grower John Bailey will be at Gallipoli on Anzac Day 100 years after his father landed there.

March 2015

Published a story 26th Mar 2015 2:29 PM

A BIOTECHNOLOGY company that produces microbes to protect produce from diseases will showcase its new Bundaberg factory.

Factory a good fit for area

A BIOTECHNOLOGY company that produces microbes to protect produce from diseases will showcase its new Bundaberg factory.

Published a story 19th Mar 2015 8:53 AM

BIGGENDEN paramedic Jol Clark says he sees suicide and depression every day on the job, and now wants to do something about it.

Jol joins Black Dog Run to help raise depression’s profile

BIGGENDEN paramedic Jol Clark says he sees suicide and depression every day on the job, and now wants to do something about it.

Published a story 17th Mar 2015 4:27 PM

ONE positive effect of the recent frozen berries scare is that people are looking more closely at food labels, according to growers.

Shoppers are aware after import scare

ONE positive effect of the recent frozen berries scare is that people are looking more closely at food labels, according to growers.

Published a story 16th Mar 2015 8:16 PM

A MAN who pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of a friend yesterday stood in the dock in the Supreme Court in Bundaberg and apologised to his victim’s family.

Man says he found God after manslaughter of his mate

A MAN who pleaded guilty to the manslaughter of a friend yesterday stood in the dock in the Supreme Court in Bundaberg and apologised to his victim’s family.

Published a story 11th Mar 2015 10:35 PM

HE WAS known to the men he served with as “Fighting Mac”, but this Salvation Army chaplain from Bundaberg was beloved by his men.

Fighting Mac took Salvos to the front lines

HE WAS known to the men he served with as “Fighting Mac”, but this Salvation Army chaplain from Bundaberg was beloved by his men.

Published a story 8th Mar 2015 3:43 PM

BAFFLE Creek residents are worried about an international company planning to mine oil shale in the Lowmead/Baffle catchment area.

Concern over plans to mine oil shale in Baffle catchment

BAFFLE Creek residents are worried about an international company planning to mine oil shale in the Lowmead/Baffle catchment area.

Published a story 2nd Mar 2015 1:07 PM

A NORTH Bundaberg mum wants something done to reduce the danger for her two children who have to ride past roadworks on their way to and from school.

Parent says road works pose a danger to school children

A NORTH Bundaberg mum wants something done to reduce the danger for her two children who have to ride past roadworks on their way to and from school.

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